Jean-Denis BEUCHER

Jean-Denis BEUCHER

Ce travail a pour but de redonner une "identité" (sujet, date, lieu, auteur) aux photos prises de John F. Kennedy.
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2017. 11 Août. Plaque commémorative du 16 mai 1961. Photo par Jean-Denis BEUCHER.

2017. 11 Août. Plaque commémorative du 16 mai 1961. Photo par Jean-Denis BEUCHER.

1942. 2 Mai. A young Ensign John F. Kennedy pictured (middle) while stationed at the Charleston Navy Yard - U.S. NAVY PHOTO/NORTH CHARLESTON ARCHIVES

Navy photo/North Charleston archives A young Ensign John F. Kennedy pictured (middle) while stationed at the Charleston Navy Yard.

1942. 2 Mai. A young Ensign John F. Kennedy pictured (middle) while stationed at the Charleston Navy Yard - U.S. NAVY PHOTO/NORTH CHARLESTON ARCHIVES

Navy photo/North Charleston archives A young Ensign John F. Kennedy pictured (middle) while stationed at the Charleston Navy Yard.

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Visiting British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan (L) with President John F. Kennedy. Location: Key West, FL, US Date taken: March 1961 Photographer: Joseph Scherschel

Visiting British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan (L) with President John F. Location: Key West, FL, US Date taken: March 1961 Photographer: Joseph Scherschel

Visiting British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan (L) with President John F. Kennedy. Location: Key West, FL, US Date taken: March 1961 Photographer: Joseph Scherschel

Visiting British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan (L) with President John F. Location: Key West, FL, US Date taken: March 1961 Photographer: Joseph Scherschel

camelotdaydreams: This eerie photo depicts President Kennedy brushing back his hair as his limousine rounds the corner from Main St. to Houston St.

camelotdaydreams: This eerie photo depicts President Kennedy brushing back his hair as his limousine rounds the corner from Main St. to Houston St. The open sniper’s window on the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository is just barely visible.